Australian team announced for World Cup, this match winner player did not get place

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Australia World Cup 2023 Team: Australia’s 18-member probable team has been announced for the upcoming ODI World Cup starting from October 5 in India. This team will also be seen playing in the ODI series against South Africa and India. Star batsman Marnus Labuschagne has not found a place in the preliminary team announced by Cricket Australia for the World Cup.

The Australian team has to play series against South Africa and India before the start of the ODI World. The team has also been announced by Cricket Australia for the 3-match T20 series against South Africa, in which Mitchell Marsh has been made the new captain of the team. At the same time, leg-spinner Tanveer Sangha has also been successful in making a place in the team announced for the World Cup.

The Kangaroo team has to start the South Africa tour with a 3-match T20 series. After this, the team will play a 5-match ODI series which will start from 7th September. Glenn Maxwell will not be a part of the team in the ODI series against South Africa. At the same time, due to the injury of captain Pat Cummins, Mitchell Marsh will be seen captaining the side.

Here’s a look at Australia’s probable 18-member squad for the ODI World Cup 2023:

David Warner, Travis Head, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Jos English, Alex Carey, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Sean Abbott, Aston Agar, Adam Zampa, Tanvir Sanga, Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc , Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Ellis.

Here’s the Australian squad for the T20I series against South Africa

Matt Short, Tim Davids, Jason Behrendorff, Josh English, Marcus Stoinis, Nathan Ellis, Steve Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Spinner Johnson, Travis Head, Aaron Hardie, Adam Zampa, Glenn Maxwell, Sean Abbott.

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